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Course SummaryBrush up on basic arithmetic, algebra and other math concepts covered on the GED Math test with this study guide course. Our bite-sized lessons, short quizzes and practice tests can have you prepared to pass the exam in a short amount of time.
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About This GED Math Study Guide
The GED exam is a national high school equivalency test consisting of four subject area tests, including the GED Math exam. In order to secure the GED's high school equivalency diploma, students must take and pass every subject area test. In this GED Math: Quantitative, Arithmetic & Algebraic Problem Solving study guide are dozens of entertaining math video lessons developed by professional educators to ensure you have a quality understanding of number sense, decimals, fractions, data, functions, polynomials, geometry and more. This course was last updated by Study.com in 2018.
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GED Math Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the GED Math exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by the GED Testing Service. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
- Solving word problems and calculating total cost
- Completing distance, time and average speed problems
- Raising and reducing fractions, performing operations with decimals and changing between decimals and fractions
- Defining the percent formula and making calculations with ratios and proportions
- Making arithmetic calculations with signed numbers and converting numbers to scientific notation
- Simplifying and expressing relationships as algebraic expressions
- Defining monomials and adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials
- Factoring polynomial expressions and dividing polynomials with long and synthetic division
Graphs and Functions
- Explaining data presented in tables/graphs and central tendency
- Discussing the probability of simple, compound, complementary, independent and dependent events
- Solving equations with multiple steps and two-step linear equations
- Using the quadratic formula to solve a quadratic equation
- Discussing how functions are applied in the real world
- Applying the Pythagorean theorem
- Defining perimeter, area, and volume of shapes
- Describing combined figures
- Reading and interpreting scale drawings
GED Math Course Format
Our concise test prep course is made up of seven chapters containing 57 lessons aligned with the subject areas included on the GED Math test. Multiple-choice quizzes test your understanding as you move through the lessons and help you identify any areas you might need to work on.
GED Math Exam Information
- Question Type: Multiple choice, select an area, drop-down, drag-and-drop and fill-in-the-blank
- Time Limit: 115 minutes
- Exam Cost: varies by state
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